OBIEE 11g Graphical Color Scheme like 10g

Salut à tous…. Joyeux Noël…. Wish you Merry X-Mas and good time with your near and dear ones … So I am back here with some new geeks … 🙂 Excuse me if somebody already know it !… and please let other to learn …. !

OBIEE 11g Graph colors are quite jazzy comparing to 10g… this is one of the recent feedback we received from clients in our post up-gradation review of codes .So one of the obvious requirement came into picture is that, how do we retain the 1og Graphical color schemes in 11g. This could be easily done by playing across the XML codes for color definition .

Lets do it …

As you might already be aware of that 10g Color contents (hex-codes) definition are stored in the palette.cxml file. So what you need to do is only copying the color Hexcodes from 10g files and put those under the file located : “..\Middleware\Oracle_BI1\bifoundation\web\msgdb\s_blafp\viewui\chart\dvt-graph-skin.xml” having the below sample syntax  (do the same for other style folders like s_FusionFX  if you need it)

So below content copied to the above xml and put this between the first and last tag of  SeriesSlice :

<Series id=”0″ color=”#A4D5F9″ borderColor=”#A4D5F9″/>
<Series id=”1″ color=”#5592D0″ borderColor=”#5592D0″/>
<Series id=”2″ color=”#EFD084″ borderColor=”#EFD084″/>
<Series id=”3″ color=”#687FA1″ borderColor=”#687FA1″/>
<Series id=”4″ color=”#CFC4E5″ borderColor=”#CFC4E5″/>
<Series id=”5″ color=”#8D9EB7″ borderColor=”#8D9EB7″/>
<Series id=”6″ color=”#5898AA” borderColor=”#5898AA”/>
<Series id=”7″ color=”#CEE4EA” borderColor=”#CEE4EA”/>
<Series id=”8″ color=”#90B5D1″ borderColor=”#90B5D1″/>
<Series id=”9″ color=”#F6E795″ borderColor=”#F6E795″/>
<Series id=”10″ color=”#C7C1C1″ borderColor=”#C7C1C1″/>
<Series id=”11″ color=”#85A8EE” borderColor=”#85A8EE”/>

Make sure all the services restarted before the change to be effective.


See below difference before applying the XML(11g Original) and after applying (aligned with 10g color).

N.B:- It has been observed that though the 10g color scheme applied for 11g but it is not at per with existing 10g colors and there are slight deviations in terms of colors which is not eye-catching but somehow not matching exactly due to the difference of the rendering engine of 10g and 11g.

A worth to note is that, in our implementation we have seen that in several charts the color change is not propagated and hence it seems that the color scheme is not applied properly as per the defined XML. However if you edit the chart and remove any measure and then drag the same measure again we see that the color starts changing as per XML . The behavior seems to be unpredictable for us. Assumption is that ,it might happened due to some internal cache specially for the chart engine here.  But the problem is not observed for any new reports created in answers in 11g and it starts reflecting the new colors scheme from very beginning.

Intelligent Deployment of RPD/Catalog – OBIEE 11g

As probably everybody knows that we have intelligent RPD deployment process as per OBIEE 11g is concerned using Enterprise manager Deployment module . But do you know if you have not follow the conventional procedure what problem you are going to hit …. Here you go …

 [nQSError: 13043] Could not get repository password for CSF key ‘repository.MyRPD_BI0001’ from CSF: [46147] The Repository credential does not exist.

The reason behind the issue is that I had just copied the RPD from 11g Dev env and Paste it to 11g Test env and change the RPD name in NQSConfig.INI file and try to up the server using unconventional way just to figure out what kind of check it does …. Quite intelligent… Each RPD has a unique identifier and it is stored in Credential Store and you can’t bypass the Credential store verification during your update of the RPD. So always do a clean deployment process otherwise you will be messed with it 🙂

So above error you will be getting for incorrect deployment procedure of your repository. This is specially recommended during the env migration . However I have seen in the same env if you are doing the copy paste of the same RPD and rename it and then change the name in NQSConfig.INI it somehow works out fine.

Again don’t try to Update Account GUID’s (FMW_UPDATE_…. under NQSCONFIG and UpdateAccountGUIDs under instanceConfig) and Deployment of RPD at the same time .It will give you erratic behavior. And in those scenario your RPD and Catalog name is always going to refer old name rather new one.

OBIEE 11g NULL value is not replaceable with “0”

As far the 11g release is concerned and ongoing experience to work with OBIEE 11g, among the several good features ,enhancement from all aspects there are a lot of glitches causing unnecessary itches for the Developers and also additional overhead from Administration’s perspective .

Hey Weblogic , not a good friend yet with OBIEE 11g causing a nightmare for last couple of weeks while engaged in couple of migration project from OBIEE 10g to 11g .Overall experience is not satisfactory with this new planet …. Weblogic … in the Universe…. 😦 Lets make it simple and manageable… !!

Okay coming to the point … Now not with Weblogic …but the analytics/reports piece itself …

As per the 10g release is concerned using some conditional clause any NULL value could be presented as 0 specially when there is divide by zero scenario . In 10g it is pretty easy to handle such situation from RPD or Webcatalog but in 11g it is a proven bug . Oracle Ref: Internal Bug Id: 13054445 .

Came to our notice in Pivot table operation neither the CASE WHEN in RPD/Catalog ,not the IFNULL or NULLIF handler able to replace the NULL value with 0 for my Pivot table. Forget anything to do in any of the config file or the database feature in RPD . Nothing will be helpful at all…If yes , your comments are most welcome !

Resolution: Nothing . Ask Oracle to get a patch if this is critical for you or wait till unplanned release.

Oracle BI Mobile App for iOS devices

Welcome back after long days … Just tied up with couple of  OBIEE 10g to 11g up-gradation projects nowadays and manage to have any time to Blog considering lot of other extra-curricular activities 🙂

Anyway today my experiment was with Oracle BI Mobile iPhone/iPad App. I have downloaded the app from AppStore couple of days ago but unfortunately have not receive any server details to see how the App looks like in my iPhone 4 .However recently Oracle launched this Demo Application and you need top register there to get the PDF having the details of the servers (Thanks to Mr. Barry for sending me the details).

Register Here and then download the App :

And view the Demo here:

BI Mobile sales demo –
Financial Analytics Mobile demo –

I believe underline iPhone App is based on OBIEE 11g as I can see the 11g interface only while connecting from my PC.

Here are the couple of screenshots first, taken in my iPhone, to get the flavor how it looks like. Later I will explain my comparative findings between 11g Desktop based and 11g Mobile BI App.

The text colored in “Green” is short briefing against each screen-shots:

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ My findings +++++++++++++++++++++++++

1) Due to the Display limitation of iPhone I can see most of the Horizontal reports/Charts came in vertical view.But always you can switch to “Original Layout” from the actual default “Mobile Layout” to see the change report components layout across dashboard pages. I don’t know how it looks like in iPad by default… haven’t tried yet 😦

2) The Zoom-in and out features by playing with two fingers sometime doesn’t fit the display and causing some display out of the screen which obviously require to scroll by fingers both Vertically and Horizontally.

3) Online App via PC Browsers having “Graph Slider” while in iPhone it is drop-down. Not sure if iOS having different compilation process

4) No download to excel/pdf/ppt features yet.

5) Spatial Graph display and drill down works great .

6) All kind of Navigation and Drill-down feature is aligned. However Master-Detail event tracking has not been seen so far as per this application . Not sure whether this works or not !

That’s all ….

OBIEE 11g LDAP with HTTPS – SSL Setup

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a combination of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) with SSL protocol to provide encrypted communication and secure identification of a network web server. HTTPS connections are often used for payment transactions on the World Wide Web and for sensitive transactions in corporate information systems.

The purpose of the thread is to establish the connection between web via OBIEE11g front-end and the weblogic app server using  HTTPS protocol . The first part of the below thread describes it. The second part of the thread describes how to enable the communication between the OBIEE components,Weblogic Admin and Managed servers via secure SSL protocol. This will ensure the communication using the SSL Certificates.

In my case it is presumed that OBIEE11g Repository already configured with LDAP server based authentication.

Part One – Configuration under Weblogic Admin

Rest of the settings described as below:

1) Login to Weblogic Administration Console .

2) Click on Environments -) Servers -) AdminServer (admin) -) General tab

3) Click Lock and Edit from the left pane.

4) Check the ‘SSL Listen Port Enabled’ as 7002 (this is not default SSL port enabled for all browsers , So please check yours ad modify based on that)

This will ensure that you will be able to access the URL using 7002 port using https://

5) Check also ‘Listen Port Enabled’ if you also want to access BI URL using http://

6) Save the configuration

7) Activate the changes from left pane

8 ) Change the StartStopServices.cmd file from : “<MiddleWare Home>\instances\instance1\bifoundation\OracleBIApplication\coreapplication” as below for below parameters only:

set BI_URL=

set wls.mgd.port=7002

9) Restart the Weblogic Servers(Admin/Managed) and BI Servers components

10) Accept the exception in browser when it prompts for it and continue accessing BI URL in secure HTTPS protocol

(Note that once this has been made as https:// you have to access OFWM EM Control page and Weblogic Console page also in https:// going forward)

Part Two – Configuration under OFMW Enterprise Manager

1) Navigate to “<OFMW Home>\user_projects\domains\bifoundation_domain\bin” and take backup of startManagedWebLogic.cmd

2) Edit and locate section with below content::

set”<OFMW Home>\wlserver_10.3\server\lib\cacerts”

3) Replace the above with below:: (Kindly note that you have to change the OFMW Home path as applicable to your environment)

set JAVA_OPTIONS=”<OFMW Home>\wlserver_10.3\server\lib\DemoTrust.jks””

4) Restart all the services of Weblogic (Admin/Managed/opmnctl/Node Manager/Process Manager)

5) Now in the next step System MBean browser will be configured to enable SSL across all BI components

6) Login OFMW Control Enterprise Manager page

7) Invoke the Lock of BIDomain.

8 ) Now we have to Generates the certificates required as a prerequisite for enabling SSL, using the specified passphrase to protect both certificate stores and private keys.This enables internal https calls to the web server. The certificate type (pem or der) must be explicitly stated.

Hence navigate to oracle.biee.admin –> bifoundation_domain –> BIDomain.BIInstance.SecurityConfiguration and click on the BIDomain.BIInstance.SecurityConfiguration MBean.Click on the operation tab click on “generateSSLCertificates”.

9) Enter the details asked for: For my case I have included below:

Passphrase  : dxp12345

webServerCACertificatePath : \wlserver_10.3\server\lib\CertGenCA.der

certificateEncoding is: der

10) Now click on Invoke

11) Return to the path specified in step 7 and click on simpleCommit.

12) Now click on attributes tab of the step 8 and click on ‘SSLEnabled’ .Change the value to True from False and click on Apply.

13) Repeat step 7 to lock and perform step 11 for simpleCommit.

14) Repeat Step 4

15) Return to Step 8 and click on “runSSLReport” ,Invoke it and find the output as below to ensure correct SSL communication across all BI components:

That’s All for today …. See you next time … 🙂 stay tuned !

OBIEE 11g – The Starters & the Concerns








Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω ……. Good day everybody and welcome back……… Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω

As promised that I will post a couple of interesting stuff down the line for next couple of days …Here it begins .. 🙂
In my recent execution of a OBIEE 11g development project several unforeseen events have been experienced which is either a product defect or an enhancement issue encompassing couple of 11g new features or the existing feature having enhancement issue. Most of them are from UI perspective and some of them from Repository perspective. I like to jot down those points that could be useful for future reference. All below issues noted are as per my observations that might not necessarily true as those depends on the situation and the environment where I have faced the problem.
I am quite sure there will be tons of problems on the way while upgrading the 10g to 11g especially from the customization perspective and architecture perspective. I will update it as soon as I will be facing such concern down the line …. !

♦ Issue #1

While  added a filter on Top 20 TRx measure value and then edit the same measure value from the report filter as below:
IFNULL(NNI Weekly.Curr Week TRx,0)  is in top  20
Changed the expression and after removing IFNULL I can see “Is in Top” option vanishes. So you can’t choose numbers anymore that in which ranges it belongs to.

♦ Issue #2

While restarting BI Components (Presentation Server, BI Server and Scheduler) from OFMW enterprise manager console it suddenly throws errors at the end of restart process. However the log and other information are not meaningful but the entire things were up and running behind the scene. Not really sure about what is the meaning of the error.
But it seems there is a communication delay between BI Server components and the Windows Process manager OPMN and once that delay is over all the components work perfectly in sync. Until OPMN also up and sync with BI components you will get error “Error 500–Internal Server Error” in bieehome page URL.

♦ Issue #3

Alternate inner coloring in pivot table row format actually overrides the measure column format label color specifications format once that measure bring from column section to row section.

♦ Issue #4

While you edit the page all the hidden page also visible and can also be edited like changing the entire page layout components. I think this is intentional and not an issue rather it gives the flexibility of altering the components even if those are hidden in actual dashboard page.

♦ Issue #5

The dashboard page level slider prompt control took unnecessary vertical whitespace from the end of the prompts till the Apply/Reset button causing the much more vertical section space for prompt. So even if, inside the control it is specified that the Button will be placed to the side of the prompt it doesn’t behave like that. So I think this is a bug to fix.

♦ Issue #6

Editing the compound layout from the dashboard page layout where it is specified to expose the view for say “Compound layout 3” rather default compound layout it should open the Layout 3 in the edit page. But it is not the case currently and always opens the default compound layout. I know, even the components specific editing feature was not there in 10g as well. But as a developer we could expect much more on that which helps our life cool.

♦ Issue #7

I encountered intermittently “Bad XML instance” while adding multiple prompt values in report filters and it doesn’t allow saving that report. Don’t know the reason about it but once I log off and log back in again everything is fine and I can even add those prompt criteria’s without issue.

♦ Issue #8

OFMW Enterprise Manager console weblogic  user is not case-sensitive and due to that reason when you enter using the user ‘WEBLOGIC’ say (all in caps though actual user is ‘weblogic’) you can logged in see all the pages and options and it allow to lock and edit the configuration button press. But once you click that you will see all the fields are still not editable and there will be no button called ‘ Release Configuration’ or ‘Activate Changes’ .So either it should allow all the functionalities or not allow to log into EM console at all .

♦ Issue #9

Changing the prompt text/label color and style will change the default section value of the prompt format as well. For e.g. if we change the prompt text color it will change the default value set in the prompt as well.

♦ Issue #10

Pivot table exclude is possible but not include in the non-designer mode. For e.g. once your report is ready and placed into the dashboard, right-click on some column and click to exclude some column from the pivot table display. You can do it. But you can’t get those excluded column back from the same section. Instead of that you have to click on reset page display or ‘Clear My Customization’ to get those column back into the pivot reports.

♦ Issue #11

Add to briefing book option is not displayed even if it is enabled in the dashboard layout against the displayed components. The problem happens when, instead of displaying the default compound layout or other compound layouts you are displaying the view like ‘View Selector’ etc.

♦ Issue #12

OBIEE 11g User Interface (UI) Performance Is Extremely Slow with Internet Explorer 8 (- IE version 8 – ) .Follow my previous post to get the details. Due to the browser problem several issues like below you can find while developing your reports.

♦ Changing the colors of the measure attribute behaves erratically and it doesn’t reflect on time in inline view and once the reports have been saved it is back on color.

♦ Sometime compound layout views displayed only without any control activated and hence browser needs to be closed after log-off and only solution to log back in.

♦ Issue can be appeared in Style Formatting for Graph. The spikes and the pointers (triangle, round) doesn’t display correctly.

♦ Issue #13

Saving the online 11g BI repository after modification of several components inside it ,the consistency checker failed throwing a weird kind of error message below:
[nQSError: 37005] Transaction update failed.
That is documented under Bug 9884975 (11G ADMIN TOOL RECEIVES NQSERROR: 37005 WHEN SAVING ONLINE RPD CHANGES  – version  Microsoft Windows (32-bit) )
And the resolution Patch 12909840 – GETTING ERROR: [46036] INTERNAL ASSERTION: CONDITION M_LOCK.ISACQUIRED() available on request from Oracle.

♦ Issue #14

11g RPD has thrown the error message while query on object from Physical layer and double-click that object to get the details.BI admin tool has thrown error “Object is orphaned and should be deleted”. The cause is unknown however I search the object and find it using pair of eyes and double clicking it is fine ! So weird no?

♦ Issue #15

I have encountered a strange error appeared while playing with OBIEE 11g repository. The error message as below:
“nQSError: 43113” – Message returned from OBIS
“nQSError: 46036” – Internal Assertion: Condition COLOCK_ISSET (value) , file server \objectmodel\Src\SORpObject.cpp , line 3
I have not found any such error logged in Oracle Support and not sure about the reason. However the problem resolved after closing the Admin tool without saving the changes and re-opening it!

♦ Issue #16

Graph slider (11g new feature) causes some unpredictable issues if you like to play with it more and more!(changing the sort order , randomly moved the column across several places in layout view , changing the measure data/column format). I had  faced some unpredictable issues and in place of Graph slider it displayed like an error with message and my slider control vanishes. However I got it back after 2-3 days after several restart. Might be a kind of rendering issue in IE8 is responsible for that. Now I switched to Firefox hence not having any problem until now.

♦ Issue #17

While adding the Groups (11g new features) inside catalog level, the values doesn’t change automatically until and unless Cancel button has been pressed. Once u click on Cancel button hold your mouse button and come to other section and release the button pressed you can see the value changed.

Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω ………..Until next.. Good Bye!  Stay tuned…………Ω Ω Ω Ω Ω

OBIEE 11g User Interface (UI) Performance Is Extremely Slow With Internet Explorer 8

Bienvenue… Mes amis ..@ Welcome back …

…./// was struggling for last couple of weeks with OBIEE 11g ( and IE 8 . The experience was awesome !! pathetic …  it is extremely slow starting from login page and browsing across reports/changing the reports views/layouts and while play with overall application ad-hoc basis.

The situation has been observed not for desktop/laptop standalone application users(at-least I don’t have issue in my personal desktop)  but for VPN or WAN users over the network 😦 😦

Initial assumption was that it is due to OBIEE 11g with its lot of junkies (animations ,flash plugin and special chart rendering engine etc..) .I thought it could be a database problem as for my case database was also not pretty strong. So overall performance issue could be for new OBIEE 11g. It was so irritating to develop a reports there which can pretty easily frustrating a developers . Even the console and EM window and other navigation options was pretty slow.

Later while install Mozilla Firefox we can see a significant performance improvement and the application is running cool like a charm !! So the main culprit for entire problem is the favorite “IE 8” browser !!  (Nowadays I didn’t even open my IE until a very specific needs) . So I switch to different browser at-least to make sure I didn’t spend my 20 minutes of time just for build a reports….huh… A shy of relief after spending my last painful weeks …

Now what is the reason behind IE 8 slowness while interacting via web server to OBIEE engine . There is no fighting game between two killer giants “Microsoft” and “Oracle”  , I believe… 🙂

As per Oracle “IE 8 generates many HTTP 304 return calls and this caused the 11g( and later) UI slower when compared to the Mozilla FireFox browser.”

Hmmm … so HTTP 304 error caused when the poor developer doesn’t respect the HTTP protocols completely … not bad … 🙂

So what is this HTTP 304 …let’s have a look ..

HTTP 304 doesn’t really indicate an error, but rather indicates that the resource for the requested URL has not changed since last accessed or cached. The 304 status code should only be returned if allowed by the client . The client specifies this in the HTTP data stream sent to the Web server e.g. via If_Modified_Since headers in the request.

Systems that cache or index Web resources (such as search engines) often use the 304 response to determine if the information they previously gathered for a particular URL is now out-of-date.


§  304 errors in the HTTP cycle

Any client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) goes through the following cycle when it communicates with the Web server:

  • Obtain an IP address from the IP name of the site (the site URL without the leading ‘http://&#8217;). This lookup (conversion of IP name to IP address) is provided by domain name servers (DNSs).
  • Open an IP socket connection to that IP address.
  • Write an HTTP data stream through that socket.
  • Receive an HTTP data stream back from the Web server in response. This data stream contains status codes whose values are determined by the HTTP protocol. Parse this data stream for status codes and other useful information.

This error occurs in the final step above when the client receives an HTTP status code that it recognises as ‘304’.

§  Fixing HTTP 304 errors – General

You should never see this error in your Web browser. It should simply present the Web page from its cache – because it believes the page has not changed since it was last cached. If your client is not a Web browser, then it should equally be able to present the page from a cache. If unable to do so, it is not using the If_Modified_Since or related headers correctly.

§  Fixing HTTP 304 errors

You should never see this error at all for the CheckUpDown service. It indicates defective programming by us or the developers of the Web server software. Either we or they are not respecting HTTP protocols completely.

The 304 status code should only be returned if we allow it in the HTTP data stream we send to the Web server. Because we keep no records of the actual content of your URL Web page, we specifically disallow the 304 response in the HTTP data stream we send.

So if the Web server implements the HTTP protocol properly, it should never send an 304 status code back to us. This response is not what we expect, so we actively report it as an error even though it does not necessarily mean that the Web site is down.

Please contact us directly (email preferred) whenever you encounter 304 errors. Only we can resolve them for you. Unfortunately this may take some time, because we have to analyse the underlying HTTP data streams and may have to liaise with your ISP and the vendor of the Web server software to agree the exact source of the error.


So enough fade up with HTTP 304… lets see how Oracle proposed to resolve the problem using “HTTP compression and caching” technique.

Why use Web Server Compression / Caching for OBIEE?

o       Bandwidth Savings: Enabling HTTP compression can have a dramatic improvement on the latency of responses. By compressing static files and dynamic application responses, it will significantly reduce the remote (high latency) user response time.

o       Improves request/response latency: Caching makes it possible to suppress the payload of the HTTP reply using the 304 status code.  Minimizing round trips over the Web to re-validate cached items can make a huge difference in browser page load times.

This screen shot depicts the flow and where the compression and decompression occurs.

The Solution:

1.      To implement HTTP compression / caching, install and configure Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) 11.1.1.x for the bi_serverN Managed Servers (refer to “OBIEE Enterprise Deployment Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence” document for details).

2.      On the OHS machine, open the file HTTP Server configuration file (httpd.conf) for editing.

This file is located in the OHS installation directory.
For example: ORACLE_HOME/Oracle_WT1/instances/instance1/config/OHS/ohs1

3.      In httpd.conf file, verify that the following directives are included and not commented out:

LoadModule expires_module “${ORACLE_HOME}/ohs/modules/

LoadModule deflate_module “${ORACLE_HOME}/ohs/modules/

4.      Add the following lines in httpd.conf file below the directive LoadModule section and restart the OHS:

Note: For the Windows platform, you will need to enclose any paths in double quotes (“)

For example:

Alias /analytics “/ORACLE_HOME/bifoundation/web/app”

<Directory “/ORACLE_HOME/bifoundation/web/app”>

Alias /analytics ORACLE_HOME/bifoundation/web/app

#Pls replace the ORACLE_HOME with your actual BI ORACLE_HOME path
#We don’t generate proper cross server ETags so disable them
FileETag none
SetOutputFilter DEFLATE
# Don’t compress images
SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI \.(?:gif|jpe?g|png)$ no-gzip dont-vary
<FilesMatch “\.(gif|jpeg|png|js|x-javascript|javascript|css)$”>
#Enable future expiry of static files
ExpiresActive on
ExpiresDefault “access plus 1 week”
#1 week, this will stops the HTTP304 calls i.e. generated by IE 8
Header set Cache-Control “max-age=604800”
DirectoryIndex default.jsp

#Restrict access to WEB-INF
<Location /analytics/WEB-INF>
Order Allow,Deny
Deny from all

Note: Make sure you replace above placeholder “ORACLE_HOME” to your correct path for BI ORACLE_HOME. For example: my BI Oracle Home path is /Oracle/BIEE11g/Oracle_BI1/bifoundation/web/app

 Important Notes:

  • Above caching rules restricted to static files found inside the /analytics directory(/web/app).
  • This approach is safer instead of setting static file caching globally.
  • In some customer environments you may not get 100% performance gains in IE 8.0 browser. So in that case you need to extend caching rules to other directories with static files content.
  • If OHS is installed on separate dedicated machine, make sure static files in your BI ORACLE_HOME (../Oracle_BI1/bifoundation/web/app) is accessible to the OHS instance.


The following screen shot summarizes the before and after results and improvements in response times(in IE7 and IE8) after enabling compression and caching: 

So now get the enthusiasm back and play with OBIEE 11g … 😀

But as per my observation till now, OBIEE 11g is still pretty slow specially in developers mode when you are editing some views in compound layouts,playing with measures and switch across columns across different sections ! It is still not best bet in regard of performance and response time … !

The portion of the above information of the has been actually except  from Oracle Support ID (1312299.1) .

In the upcoming thread I will explain a loads of  OBIEE 11g related bug/issues and unpredictable behavior and couple of non-working and missing treasures …..

Stay tuned until then …..

Yours (:))> DxP